To the Editor:
Washington, DC — U.S. Representative Randy Hultgren (IL-14) has been named a recipient of the National Retail Federation’s Hero of Main Street Award for his positive voting record on critical issues that contribute to the growth and prosperity of small business and the U.S. retail industry.
With pageantry including the Warren Township High School band, AKHAN Semiconductor celebrated a long-awaited move into a Gurnee business park Friday.
Washington—Today it was announced that Filep Karma, a Papuan activist imprisoned in Indonesia was released.
Washington, DC — This week, the House of Representatives passed four financial reform bills cosponsored by U.S. Representative Randy Hultgren (IL-14). Rep. Hultgren has used his position on the House Financial Services Committee to hold our regulators accountable and to ensure the nation’s financial institutions are able to offer responsible access to credit.
Washington, DC — U.S. Representative Randy Hultgren (IL-14) today released the following statement on the terrorist attacks that claimed 129 lives in Paris:
Washington, DC — U.S. Representative Randy Hultgren (IL-14) today criticized plans by the President to move ahead with closing Guantanamo Bay in Cuba and relocating detainees to United States prisons. Previously, Rep. Hultgren supported House passage of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2016 which prohibits such transfers.
Washington, DC — U.S. Representative Randy Hultgren (IL-14) has announced that the second annual Congressional App Challenge, previously known as the Congressional Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Academic Competition, for high school students in the 14th Congressional District will begin on November 9, 2015.
Washington, DC — U.S. Representative Randy Hultgren (IL-14) today supported House passage (363-64) of H.R. 3763, the Surface Transportation Reauthorization and Reform Act of 2015, a long-term bill which reauthorizes federal surface transportation programs for six years. The last time a highway bill lasting longer than two years made it to the president's desk was 2005.